NYUAD Humanities Research Fellowship for the Study of the Arab World program presents a round-table discussion with Katia Arfara (NYUAD), George Katodrytis (AUS), and Sandra Peters (NYUAD) moderated by Laure Assaf (NYUAD).
Artist Talk: Distinguished but not Separated, February 16, 2021, 1-2 pm GST
In the NYU Psychology Seminar Series, Sandra Peters will reflect on her art practice through a psychological lens. The lecture is followed by a Q&A.
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Photo © Werner Hannappel
Tashkeel presents a live online discussion exploring the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on visual arts practitioners and the creativity borne from the challenges of limitation, loss, isolation and change. Join artists Altamash Urooj, Ana Escobar, Becky Beamer and Sandra Peters. There will be a chance to ask the artists questions during the session. Moderated by Lisa Ball-Lechgar, Tashkeel Deputy Director.
Photo © Jens Ziehe
Tashkeel presents COVID Conversations, a group exhibition by UAE-based artists and designers that reflect upon the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. By focusing on creative acts that seek to explore, understand and process responses and reactions to the pandemic, the exhibition aims to examine the highs and the lows of the psychological impact, and creativity borne from the challenges of limitation, isolation and change, whether positive or negative.
Photo © Sandra Peters
Website Launch: Sandra Peters
In collaboration with designers Heimann + Schwantes and the scholars of Kurator für Künstler / Curator for Artists, Berlin, I have worked on a new presentation of my work, which I am very happy to launch today!
Please have a look at my latest writing on a recent video work of mine!
The Southland Institute (for critical, durational, and typographic post-studio practices) has published a list of books worth reading.
City Center / Nomadic Monads is conceived of five approximately ten-foot-high columns based on various geometric forms (circle, triangle, square, pentagon, hexagon), each made of two-way mirror glass.
Installed temporarily in public space at the Sharjah Art Foundation, these objects allude equally to the glass curtain walls of corporate skyscrapers and to the bodies of passers-by.
Photography and visualisation © Sandra Peters and Ken Koch
Nomad Lab is a group show at the Quoz Arts Fest 2020 at Alserkal Aveneue in Dubai.
With works by Tarek Al-Ghoussein, Wendy Bednarz, Mari Calderon, Erin Collins, Scandar Copti, David Darts, Anna Kurkowa, Sandra Peters, Goffredo Puccetti, Laura Schneider, Erica Wu, Steven Wyks
Photo © Sandra Peters